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Supply Chain, Mechanical Engineering

Austin, Texas, United States
January 31, 2018

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Nicolas Bergbauer

**** **** **** ****** ***. 214 Austin, Texas 78705 713-***-****


The University of Texas at Austin

Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering, Major

Texas Business Foundations Summer Institute with the designation of Haliburton Scholar

May 2018

Overall GPA: 3.42 SAT: 2300


Integrated Business Planning Intern – Bell Helicopter June-August 2017

I worked in supply chain planning and undertook various projects to improve processes and manage projects

Cut build times for two complex part assemblies by a week each by implementing process improvements and part changes.

Saved thousands of dollars in hole defects per year by taking charge of a visual management project to reduce said defects.

Generated metrics, analyzed metric output and built Business Object reports.

Reduced excess inventory and improved efficiency in the Sub-Assembly division by introducing a process called Pre-Assembly.

Entrepreneurial Ventures Fall 2014- Fall 2016

I worked with team members to create high-tech prototypes and explore establishing a start-up.

Designed and built mechanical parts for various prototypes.

Performed analysis on profitability and market sizing to determine project feasibility.


BA 320F/Entrepreneurship Simulation Summer 2016

Worked as part of a team to simulate the entrepreneurial process for a startup

Collaborated to come up with ideas for pain in the market, product, target market, branding, research and other activities

FIN 320F/Stock Simulation Project Summer 2016

Identified and prioritized objectives for the simulated portfolio

Analyzed and traded stocks in order to meet those objectives


First Robotics Competition Team 624 – Electronics Captain, Coach, Head Scout Fall 2011 – Spring 2014

Constructed three fully functional 120 lb. robots each within six weeks

Lead and managed the electronics sub team

Lead and managed scouting and competitive data collection and analysis teams for four competitions

Coached and directed the drive team in four separate competitions

HackTx Team– Team member Fall 2015

Winner of the Andreesen Horowitz Most Technically Challenging award

Designed and built the physical components of a working augmented reality headset completed in under twenty four hours

Built a three dimensional virtual environment to showcase the headset

Later redesigned headset for use and applications for football helmets


Recipient of the Schlumberger Founders Scholarship Fall 2014 – Present

Recipient of the Virginia and Ernest Cockrell Jr. Scholarship in Engineering Fall 2014 – Present

Engineering Honors Student Fall 2014 – Present

National Merit Finalist Spring 2014


Computer Skills: Solidworks, SAP, Java, Blender, Matlab, MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Visio

Familiar with: Enovia, Bedvue, Qlikview, Lean Manufacturing and Six Sigma principles

Top 5 Soft Skills: Creative thinking, problem solving, adaptability, communication, teamwork

Hobbies/Interests: 3D modeling, Animation, Game Development, Viola

Work Eligibility: Eligible to work in the U.S. with no restrictions

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